Private Property Improvement Grant
Program (PPI)

Funding provided by the Moberly Downtown Community Improvement District.

The purpose of the Private Property Improvement Incentive Grant Program is to assist property owners with improvements to real property within the Downtown Moberly Community Improvement District. Priority focus will be on properties identified with health or safety issues identified through the City of Moberly’s Code Enforcement. Funds for this program are provided by the Moberly Downtown Community Improvement District.

 

The following objectives, guidelines, and requirements govern the Private Property Improvement Incentive Grant Program.  A committee of three persons, two from the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) and a City Code Enforcement official will be responsible for accepting, reviewing, and approving applications submitted by downtown property owners.

 

Objectives:

  1. Promote larger investments in Downtown Moberly.

  2. Promote more exterior work on buildings.

  3. Promote structural and longevity improvements to buildings.

  4. Encourage the use of local contractors.

Guidelines & Requirements:

 To be considered, an application must be received before work begins.

  • Preference will be given to projects that promote program objectives.

  • An applicant can do only one large OR one small PPI project per fiscal year (July through June). A large or small project may be completed alongside a window restoration project.

 

Large Project:

Minimum total investment of $10,000

One per structure within a CID fiscal year (July through June)

50/50 matching grant up to $10,000

Up to 5 projects could be funded.

 

Small Project:

No minimum investment

One per structure within a CID fiscal year (July through June)

50/50 matching grant up to $3,500

Up to 8 projects could be funded.

 

 

PPI window program

Funding provided by the Moberly Downtown Community Improvement District.

The purpose of the Private Property Improvement Incentive Grant Window Program is to assist property owners with the replacement of windows within the Downtown Moberly Community Improvement District. Project scoring will be focused on replacement of broken, boarded, and street-facing windows that conform to the historical/original type windows used in the building. Replacement of alley-facing windows is allowed but such windows will not receive preference scoring. Funds for this program are provided by the Moberly Downtown Community Improvement District.

 

The following objectives, guidelines, and requirements govern the Private Property Improvement Incentive Grant Window Program.  A committee of three persons, two from the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation (MAEDC) and a City Code Enforcement official, will be responsible for accepting, reviewing, and scoring applications submitted by downtown property owners.

 

Objectives:

  1. Replace broken and/or boarded over windows.

  2. Replace/update street-facing (highest priority) or alley-facing windows.

  3. Promote window replacements that conform to the historical/original type window that are/were in the building (i.e., wood, metal, colors, single hung/double hung).

  4. Meet Historic Preservation requirements.

  5. Encourage the use of local contractors.

Guidelines & Requirements:

  • To be considered, a grant application must be received before work begins.

  • All window replacement and installation work must be completed, plus reimbursement paperwork submitted to MAEDC. by June 30, 2022, to qualify for grant reimbursement.

  • Scoring preference will be given to projects that promote program objectives.

 

Window Restoration Program:

 

The Moberly Downtown Community Improvement District will provide grants in the amount of fifty (50) percent of the window replacement/installation costs up to a maximum $500/window for the replacement/installation of 42 downtown windows.

 

  • Grants are limited to eight (8) replacement windows per property owner.

 

  • Property owners must complete all requirements of the window program grant application process.

 

  • Applicants must adhere to applicable City of Moberly ordinances and code enforcement requirements.

 

  • Applicants must be current on all Randolph County real property tax payments for properties owned within the Downtown Moberly Community Improvement District to qualify for project reimbursement.

 

  • Approved applications must be in good standing with the City of Moberly utility billing.

 

  • After the application is approved and before reimbursement can be made, documentation of the paid project expenses must be provided in the form of paid invoices and copies of checks rendered for payment or credit card receipts and credit card statements showing payments made.

 

  • Contractors must provide waiver of liens for all work completed prior to reimbursement being made.

 

  • Applications will be prioritized utilizing the accompanying scoring rubric.

 

QUESTIONS?

Contact

Michael Bugalski

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation

115 N. Williams St.

Moberly, MO  65270

PH.  660.263.8811